SCWN's March 28 Marketplace Luncheon Features Speaker Kay Horner

Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Scenic City Women’s Network's luncheon on Thursday, March 28, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at Mountain City Club, 729 Chestnut St. in Chattanooga, will feature speaker Kay Horner, executive director of the National Day of Prayer, Cry Out, Patriot Day 9/11 and the Awakening America Alliance.

Kay Horner is the executive director of Awakening America Alliance and the national coordinator for Cry Out America 9/11 Prayer Initiative," officials said. "The Awakening America Alliance provides a broad umbrella under which the body of Christ can unite together in seeking a contemporary spiritual awakening. 

"Honored to have a role in kingdom networking through the ministries of the Awakening America Alliance and Center for Spiritual Renewal, she has worked with the organization that spearheaded the Azusa Street Centennial, which united 50,000 people from 114 nations of the world to celebrate this 1906 revival and anoint the next generation to go forward in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Kay was blessed to assist with America for Jesus, where 20,000 believers gathered for dynamic prayer and worship at Independence Mall in Philadelphia.

"Mrs. Horner is also very active in ministry with Upstream Strategy leadership summits, and Preach2Engage ministry resources, Helper Connection and other prayer summits.  She is also a committee board member of the National Day of Prayer in Washington, DC.  

"Kay has a heart for unity and love through prayer.  Join us to hear Kay’s heart-warming and inspiring message on the, 'Legacy of Grace'."

Networking is from 11:30 a.m.-noon, lunch and program begin at noon.

Reservation deadline is Tuesday, March 26 at noon.  RSVP online. For more information, call 423-698-6262 or email admin@scwn.org.  Cost is $20.

If you or your business would like to Sponsor future luncheons or events, contact Renee Nail at renee@scwn.org or by calling 423-698-6262.

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